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no. but john boehner is making this point. who after the election basically said, look, guys, it's the law of the land, and that occasioned some histrionics. he now has an op-ed saying the president's health care law adds a massive expense. we can't afford it and can't afford to leave it intact. the law has to stay on the table as both parties discuss ways to solve our nation's massive debt challenge. boehner makes exactly the point you just made is that the republicans want to keep this in play and it's a real question about whether it's going to be in play. >> the nutty part of this is that obviously health care entitlements on the whole need to be on the table, not in the fiscal cliff discussion, but in the ultimate fiscal adjustment we'll have within the next few years where we shrink the federal deficit. but medicaid is the most cost effective part of our entire structure. if you're going to be cutting, cut in medicare, the exchange subsidies, medicaid is the last place to go to look for those dollars. >> the administration official after this op-ed from boehner told the huf
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